Adult Ministry

Ushers
The job of the ushers is to be alert and set the atmosphere in the church sanctuary for service, and maintain the atmosphere throughout the service. It is also to uplift the spirit of each person that enters the church doors. The usher does his or her job by greeting everyone with a warm smile, a hug, a kind word, or a welcoming handshake. Ushers also distribute church bulletins, fans, offering envelopes, and seek to meet others needs of the people during the service. The ushers’ job is that of servant, and in serving the congregation, ushers are an important part of the worship service.

Rod & Staff Pastoral Care
The role of Pastor requires him to preach in the Sunday morning service and meet many other needs of the congregation during non-service times. The role of the Rod & Staff Pastoral Ministry is to provide the tools the pastor needs to fulfill all of the responsibilities placed upon him.

Nurses
Nurses are available and prepared to provide practical medical assistance to congregants, should the need arise, during worship services. Nurses must be alert and available to help at a moment’s notice; prepared to offer a bandage or to console. Above all, nurses must be caring and compassionate and concerned about the well-being of all who enter the doors of the sanctuary.

Missionaries
The Missionary Ministry is an outreach of the church into the community. Missionaries visit the sick, the elderly, and the disabled, both the saved and the unsaved. Missionaries give their time in fellowship, prayer, and sharing God’s Word. To the unsaved, missionaries also share the good news of life in Jesus Christ. A missionary’s greatest joy is to see someone accept Jesus Christ as his or her personal savior.

Missionaries also help meet the needs of people by providing rides, such as to doctor’s appointments, providing and arranging meals, assisting with housing needs, and giving guidance in many day to day situations.